SILVERBURN PARK : FLAX MILL PROJECT : CONSULTANT BRIEFS

We are now recruiting for consultants to join our team for the Flax Mill development project at Silverburn Park.  

Please see all of the information below for further information.  The Viability Appraisal highlights the aims of this project and each individual consultant brief has further information.  Submission closing date is 25 November 2019 with a view to starting in January 2020

NOMINATE FEAT FOR A CHRISTMAS CASH BOOST

Additional Information

Be great if you can visit https://www.ecclesiastical.com/movement-for-good/12-days/ and nominate FEAT for the 12-days of Christmas comp – Ecclesiastical are randomly picking 12 charities from across the UK to get a cash prize as a Christmas present.


All you need is our charity number, SC022263, and the more nominations we get, more chance of some success, so please also share!


Thank you!

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5000 THANK YOU'S!

£5000 for FEAT thanks to public vote!

Press Release October 2019  

FIFE CHARITY WINS SHARE OF £1MILLION GIVEAWAY 


A charity that supports young people with mental health conditions has been awarded a share of a £1,000,000 fund supporting under-18s as a part of Persimmon Homes’ hugely successful Building Futures campaign.

Fife Employment Access Trust help young people (and adults) self-manage their conditions and prepare to enter into paid employment. The trust was one of 96 organisations from the length and breadth of the UK to reach the final stage of its Building Futures competition. 


From February to May, Building Futures has also given away £128,000 to 128 organisations supporting young people in sport, education & arts and health throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

The competition culminated in a gala dinner at York Racecourse on Tuesday, where three finalists were each awarded the top prize of £100,000, three the second prize of £50,000 and three the third prize of £20,000. The remaining 87 finalists were handed £5,000 each.


Fife Employment Access Trust represented the health category for Persimmon Homes North Scotland receiving £5,000. Duncan Mitchell at Fife Employment Access Trust, said: “Taking part in Building Future has been a fantastic experience for us and it was so exciting to reach the finals. It was a very emotional evening with such a broad range of groups being represented and we are delighted to have been awarded £5,000."


Stephen Profili, managing Director at Persimmon Homes North Scotland, said: “The Building Futures scheme has been a great success and we had a brilliant evening at York Racecourse celebrating the fantastic work of so many organisations supporting young people in our communities.

“We have been overwhelmed by both the response to the competition, and the hard work and dedication of those involved within all the groups.”


The first, second and third prize winners were decided by a public vote and more than 225,000 votes were cast.

The £100,000 prize winner in the sport category was Scrappers Gym based in Swindon, Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association secured the award for education &arts and the Young People’s Counselling Service Annabelle Davis project in Peterborough was handed the health award.


The second prize awards of £50,000 went to Leeds Rowing Club for sport, UK Astronomy in Milton Keynes for education & arts and Norwich-based Toy Like Me for health.


Andover BMX Club scooped £20,000 for sport in third place, while Wargrave House in Newton-le Willows won the education & arts award and Butterwick Hospice Kidz Club in Stockton was handed the health award.

Iain added: “Getting involved with causes across our region has been an amazing experience and we will continue to support groups and charities through our Community Champions initiative.”

Scottish Finalists and Persimmon Homes Representatives at the Gala Dinner in York
Scottish Finalists and Persimmon Homes Representatives at the Gala Dinner in York

WE'RE RECRUITING!

We're looking for a Learning Coach to join our award-winning team!

  

Learning Coach – Employ Your Mind 

35 hours per week up to March 2020 Salary:   £25,670 per annum

This post is 100% funded by the European Social and Investment Fund


FEAT's vision is to enable and support individuals to reach their full positive mental wellbeing in a culture where there is no stigma. As well as being an Equal Opportunities employer, FEAT are a Disability Confident employer and encourage applications from all members of the community including disabled applicants.  


We have a vacancy within our Employ Your Mind project - an innovative vocational rehabilitation project aimed at developing the employability skills of inpatients and outpatients of Fife mental health services. This specific role involves the design and delivery of group-based and individual employability and personal development interventions, work placement sourcing/support and delivery and design of cognitive remediation therapy to a wide range of participants over a 6-month period. The aim of the project is to move the client closer towards accessing more mainstream job-seeking services. The project began in June 2012 and we are confident we will secure funding to continue the project beyond March 2020.


The successful candidate should have some knowledge of cognitive remediation therapy and be experienced delivering a range of employability based soft skills to both individuals and groups with complex, severe and enduring mental health conditions. The successful candidate will deliver elements of the accredited training programme, and develop new content for the coursework. You will be based in our offices in Glenrothes, though are also expected to carry out a proportion of work in NHS inpatient/outpatient settings within Fife, with patients with complex mental health conditions, on a one-to-one basis.


Candidates will be required to undergo a PVG check.  Application packs are available by e-mail to info@feat.org.uk or telephone 01592 759371 (or use the downloads below).  Please do not send a C.V.  If you wish to discuss the role before applying please contact: Roxanne@feat.org.uk or call the number above. 


The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 14th October 2019. Interviews will be held shortly afterwards at FEAT offices in Glenrothes. 

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VOTES NEEDED TO SECURE CASH FOR OUR WORK WITH YOUNG PEOPLE

Please vote today!

Fife Employment Access Trust are on the shortlist to win a share of Persimmon Homes’ Building Futures £1million pot supporting under-18s nationwide but first they need online votes to win.

Persimmon Homes (Fife) is backing FEAT to be a prize winner at a gala dinner at York Racecourse in October, where cash awards of £100,000, £50,000 or £20,000 will be made to those winning the most online votes.


Duncan Mitchell from FEAT said: “It is a huge achievement to have been selected as a finalist, but now we really need people to get behind us and get voting so that we are in the strongest possible position to earn one of the top 3 cash awards on the night.”


As well as overseeing all the regeneration developments at Silverburn Park, FEAT help people with severe mental health conditions to better self-manage their conditions and prepare for employment, however they also work in schools helping young people to develop strategies to look after their mental health for life.  If funding is secured through this public vote, a stronger investment in their work for young people would be made. He added: “Voting could not be simpler. Just log on to Persimmons and select Fife Employment Access Trust and vote for us we would really appreciate everyone’s support.”


Building Futures is being delivered through the Persimmon Charitable Foundation, which last year donated £620,000 to support children’s sport. 


Through Building Futures, a total of 128 grants of £1,000 have been awarded to groups supporting sport, education & arts and health across Persimmon’s 31 regional businesses and its head office.

Persimmon Homes is an official partner of Team GB and the Persimmon Charitable Foundation enlisted the help of medallists Kat Copeland and Callum Skinner to help determine the three regional finalists for each business division.


One initiative from each category will go on to win £100,000 each through a national award scheme to be decided by a public vote.


As well as the £100,000 first prize, there will be a £50,000 second prize and a £20,000 third prize in each sector, while a further 87 shortlisted projects will each receive £5,000.


Online voting will open on July 23rd and will close at midnight on September 27th 2019.

To support FEAT please visit: https://www.persimmonhomes.com/building-futures/finalists?categoryid=3


You can actually vote once every 24 hours on the site and there's no sign up or registration required, genuinely only takes seconds to cast your vote! 

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WE ARE HIRING!

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Join our award-winning team:

The Fife IPS Partnership is seeking a full-time Employment Specialist using the Individual Placement and Support         (IPS) approach, working in partnership with Fife Employment Access Trust and Fife Health & Social Care         Partnership and with clients with severe and enduring mental health problems across Fife.


This is an innovative project which started in April 2015 has secured substantial further funding from Opportunities         Fife and the European Social Investment Fund and expects to continue the project beyond March 2020.


The successful candidate will proactively manage a caseload of individuals who have experienced mental health         problems who are unemployed and/or currently off work. You will deliver the Individualised Placement and Support (IPS) evidence-based model of vocational rehabilitation for people with enduring mental health problems. Working directly with all relevant stakeholders: the individual, NHS Fife, Fife Council, GPs, employers, colleges, Job Centre Plus and Occupational Health to enable individuals to gain and retain employment.


You will be part of an enthusiastic dynamic team offering an inclusive, non-judgmental approach to support, and         empower people to flourish by managing their mental health for life.


Salary is £23,713 per annum, hours of work 35 per week and full information about the post are available by telephoning FEAT on 01592 759371 (asking for Wendy or Joanne) or email info@feat.org.uk 


Please note closing date is 19th August at 12 noon with interviews planned for 2nd September.  Previous applicants need not apply.

WE NEED YOUR VOTES TO HELP LAND CASH TO SUPPORT YOUNG PEOPLE

Please Vote!

Fife Employment Access Trust are on the shortlist to win a share of Persimmon Homes’ Building Futures £1million pot supporting under-18s nationwide but first they need online votes to win.


Persimmon Homes (Fife) is backing FEAT to be a prize winner at a gala dinner in October, where cash awards of £100,000, £50,000 or £20,000 will be made to those winning the most online votes.


Duncan Mitchell representing FEAT said: “It is a huge achievement to have been selected as a regional finalist, but now we really need people to get behind us and get voting so that we are in the strongest possible position to earn one of the top three cash awards on the night.”


FEAT help people with severe mental health conditions to better self-manage their conditions and prepare for employment, however they also work in schools helping young people to develop strategies to look after their mental health for life.  If funding is secured through this public vote, a stronger investment in their work for young people would be made. He added: “Voting could not be simpler. Just log on to Persimmons and select Fife Employment Access Trust and vote for us we would really appreciate everyone’s support.”

Building Futures is being delivered through the Persimmon Charitable Foundation, which last year donated £620,000 to support children’s sport. 


Through Building Futures, a total of 128 grants of £1,000 have been awarded to groups supporting sport, education & arts and health across Persimmon’s 31 regional businesses and its head office.

Persimmon Homes is an official partner of Team GB and the Persimmon Charitable Foundation enlisted the help of medallists Kat Copeland and Callum Skinner to help determine the three regional finalists for each business division.


One initiative from each category will go on to win £100,000 each through a national award scheme to be decided by a public vote.


As well as the £100,000 first prize, there will be a £50,000 second prize and a £20,000 third prize in each sector, while a further 87 shortlisted projects will each receive £5,000.


Online voting will open on July 23rd and will close at midnight on September 27th 2019.


To support FEAT please visit: www.persimmonhomes.com/building-futures/and select the finalists tab

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FEAT SUCCESSFUL WITH FUNDING FOR TRANSFORMATIONAL PROJECT AT SILVERBURN PARK

Press Release 28 June 2019

Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT) are celebrating a significant award from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to transform the future of Silverburn Park in Leven.


FEAT are a Fife-wide award-winning mental health and employment specialist charity, also celebrating their 25th anniversary this year and are celebrating an award of £374,600 initially by the Fund to enter the formal development phase of the project which ultimately aims to renovate the B-listed former flax mill in the Park into a hub of commercial and community activities ranging from a hostel, café and community space, serving local people and visitors from the Fife Coastal Path.


Duncan Mitchell, General Manager at FEAT, says, “It’s been a long road to get to this point and I have to thank Fife Council and particularly current and previous members of the Levenmouth Area Committee who gave us the opportunity to lease the Park and hopefully spark new life into the site with wider benefits for the local community.”


It was back in 2012 that Fife Council marketed Silverburn as a development opportunity as a way of securing its regeneration, while at the same time safeguarding public access and the natural and historical value, with FEAT being named as the preferred partner.


Since then a wealth of activity has taken place to begin the regeneration of the Park and undertake the feasibility studies, community consultations and detailed designs – as well as fully cost the renovations work.

Duncan adds, “The funding from National Lottery Heritage Fund will now enable us to focus on securing the remainder of the funding needed to complete the construction phase of the project and finalise the designs for the renovation of the mill, as well as maintaining our vision to develop the Park as a place of quiet enjoyment, conserving the cultural values of the landscape and buildings, supporting the health & wellbeing of the community and enhancing the habitat and biodiversity of the environment. The funding will also support FEAT to ensure that meaningful training, volunteering, work experience and employment opportunities are available to their core client group and the surrounding community.


Once we can establish the final project, it will also be an income-generator for the charity and therefore reduce our reliance on grant funding to sustain our core work.”


FEAT will continue to work in partnership with Fife Council throughout this next phase of the programme, as well as Fife Historic Buildings Trust who have extensive experience – and success – of supporting successful implementation of similar projects across the Kingdom.


Further details of FEAT’s vision and aims for the Park are available at www.silverburnpark.co.uk and regular updates on the current daily activities at the Park are on their facebook page. Those developments have included managing volunteer and training programmes, opening a small café last year with plans to open a campsite this year as a pre-cursor to the flax mill re-development. 


FEAT have also delivered a wide variety of community events and this Saturday (29th June) the Friends of Silverburn group are hosting a free family fun day from 12-3 pm.


Brian Robertson, Chair of the Silverburn project Board, adds, “It’s been a long haul to get to this point of the project and we have a vast amount of work to do now to ensure we can raise the remainder of the funding required to transform the Park – however, the support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund is a huge advantage to us when approaching others – they have shown faith in our plans, and our ability to deliver these plans, and everyone connected with FEAT is on cloud 9.”


Cllr Ken Caldwell convener of Levenmouth Area Committee welcomed the news saying: "This is great news for Levenmouth that FEAT has secured funding from the National Lottery Heritage fund. We're in full support of FEAT and are working closely with them on redevelopment plans for Silverburn Park. We want Silverburn to be an asset for the community; somewhere everyone can enjoy."


Christine May, Chair of Fife Historic Buildings Trust said, "All at FHBT are so proud to have helped the Silverburn team to achieve this wonderful financial support, the result of months of hard work and co-operation. We are looking forward to getting stuck in with all the partners involved and to making the dream a reality."

Duncan Mitchell (left) and Brian Robertson with the plans for the flax mill
Duncan Mitchell (left) and Brian Robertson with the plans for the flax mill

WE ARE RECRUITING!

Vacancy with Fife IPS Service

The Fife IPS Partnership is seeking a full-time Employment Specialist using the Individual Placement and Support         (IPS) approach, working in partnership with Fife Employment Access Trust and Fife Health & Social Care         Partnership and with clients with severe and enduring mental health problems across Fife.


This is an innovative project which started in April 2015 has secured substantial further funding from Opportunities         Fife and the European Social Investment Fund and expects to continue the project beyond March 2020.


The successful candidate will proactively manage a caseload of individuals who have experienced mental health         problems who are unemployed and/or currently off work. You will deliver the Individualised Placement and Support (IPS) evidence-based model of vocational rehabilitation for people with enduring mental health problems. Working directly with all relevant stakeholders: the individual, NHS Fife, Fife Council, GPs, employers, colleges, Job Centre Plus and Occupational Health to enable individuals to gain and retain employment.


You will be part of an enthusiastic dynamic team offering an inclusive, non-judgmental approach to support, and         empower people to flourish by managing their mental health for life.


Salary is £23,713 per annum, hours of work 35 per week and full information about the post and how to apply are available here. Please note closing date is 17th June at 12 noon.

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FEAT GET RUNNER-UP SLOT IN FIFE BUSINESS AWARDS

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Whilst we picked up the top prize at the Centre for Social Justice Awards at the beginning of March, we couldn't make it 2 out of 2 unfortunately as we came runner-up in the Fife Business Awards 2019.  The ceremony took place on 29 March and our category (Excellence in Creativity and Innovation) was won by John Young Signs.

Alan Mitchell, CEO of Fife Chamber of Commerce and one of the judges this year, says, "I want to congratulate FEAT on being a finalist at the 2019 Fife Business Awards. I know that nothing I can say will change any disappointment you may be feeling because you didn’t win but you should not lose sight of the fact that FEAT is doing amazing things that are worthy of celebration.  


You had the courage to apply when most didn’t and you demonstrated excellence to be shortlisted.  You should be very proud. I hope that your application will inspire many others to come forward in the future, and I hope that it will not deter you from applying with the same passion and determination in 2020. 


I have no doubt that you will continue to enjoy great success and everyone at Fife Chamber wishes you nothing but the very best. "

Pictured are FEAT staff at the Ceremony (left-to-right) Toni Clark, Wendy Barbour and Elaine Richards.

WE ARE HIRING!

Team Leader sought for the Employ your Mind project

FEAT's vision is to enable and support individuals to reach their full positive mental wellbeing in a culture         where there is no stigma. Employing an inclusive, non-judgemental approach to prepare, support and empower         people to flourish by managing their mental health for life - whatever life does, by: providing service users         with strategies and tools to improve their resilience and employability, creating safe, nurturing, supportive         and compassionate environments to encourage personal growth, developing strategic partnerships with         complementary and diverse organisations that share our vision, working with others to eliminate the stigma on         mental health in the workplace and communities, supporting the welfare and continuous professional development of staff and volunteers so they may continue to provide exceptional services.


Employ Your Mind is an innovative vocational rehabilitation project aimed at developing the employability skills of inpatients and outpatients of Fife mental health services. Recently replicated in Australia, through close         partnership working, the aim of Employ Your Mind is to move students closer towards accessing more mainstream job-seeking services. Employ Your Mind began in June 2012 and we have secured substantial further funding and expect to continue the project beyond March 2020. The Team Lead will manage a team of four learning coaches, and be part of an internationally recognised, world-leading programme delivering cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) and employability skills. Working closely with other Team Leads, you will be part of a number of projects working with students and clients with complex mental health problems, at different stages on their journey towards employment. The role involves leading on the design and delivery of group-based and individual employability and personal development interventions, work placement sourcing/support and delivery and design of CRT to a wide range of participants who study over a 6-month period. The role also involves writing and delivering CRT and bespoke Employ Your Mind training to other professional teams.


As Team Lead, you will have a good working knowledge of the third sector and be used to working in diverse         partnerships. With previous management experience, you will be skilled at presenting to various audiences and         have knowledge of outcome reporting to funders and preparing reports. The Team Lead could be a qualified         occupational therapist or be from a psychology, mental health nursing, clinical social care or other similar         background and will be familiar with client-centred tools which have a broad focus on occupational performance         across all activities of daily living, including self-care, leisure and productivity and personal life         circumstances. You should have some knowledge of CRT and be experienced delivering a range of employability based soft skills to both individuals and groups with complex, severe and enduring mental health conditions. Co-delivering elements of the accredited training programme, the Team Lead will develop new content for the coursework. Based in our offices in Glenrothes with occasional travel, you are also expected to carry out a proportion of work in NHS inpatient/outpatient settings within Fife, with patients with complex mental health conditions, on a one-to-one basis.


Candidates will be required to undergo a PVG check.  Salary from £27,635-£32,974 depending on experience


The closing date for applications is Monday 8th April at 5 pm.

Interviews will be held on 25th April at FEAT offices in Glenrothes

Application packs are available here. Please do not send a  C.V.


If you wish to discuss the role before applying please contact: Wendy@feat.org.uk or Duncan@feat.org.uk or call 01592 759371

You're chance to join an award-winning team!
You're chance to join an award-winning team!

FEAT LAND TOP PRIZE IN "VOLUNTARY SECTOR OSCARS"

London audience applaud FEAT's work

Twenty-five years after our foundation, Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT) have won a Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) Award for its work supporting those with mental health problems to find employment.

The prize, presented on Tuesday evening (5th March) at a prestigious venue in Central London, includes a £10,000 grant and promotion of the organisation’s vital work before an audience of influential politicians, journalists and philanthropists. The Awards are also known as the Oscars for the Voluntary Sector.


According to the Scottish Government, around one in three people are estimated to be affected by mental illness in any one year. Many of these struggle to find or maintain stable employment.


Duncan Mitchell, General Manager of FEAT, said: "Day in, day out we get to work with people experiencing severe disadvantages in life due to their mental health and help them to unlock their ability and talent to overcome their daily challenges in life. It is an honour to help them on their journeys.


“Winning this award is an enormous boost to everyone associated with FEAT, particularly to the staff and volunteers who constantly go far beyond the call of duty to achieve life-changing outcomes for the people who inspire us every day.


“This year we are celebrating our twenty-fifth anniversary and what a way to mark it. We hope this award will lead on to even bigger and better things for us and the amazing people we serve.”


Andy Cook, Chief Executive of the Centre for Social Justice think tank, said “FEAT innovates new techniques and approaches to solving some of the most pressing issues in the field of mental health. Among these, the inability to find and maintain regular work is paramount.“The dignity of work and the confidence it instils are crucial to solving mental health problems.“The CSJ recognises FEAT’s innovation, efficiency and compassion in helping people find work and rebuild their lives. We wish them another twenty-five years of stellar achievement.”


Video footage from the Awards, featuring FEAT staff is available by clicking here 


About the CSJ Awards

The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) exists to prevent and tackle poverty across Britain.

The CSJ Awards is an annual, high profile award ceremony that honours the best grassroot, poverty-fighting charities and social enterprises from across Britain. 


There are five categories for which prizes are awarded: addiction support and recovery, family support, work and employment, education and social mobility, and crime prevention and rehabilitation.

The five winners each receive a £10,000 grant and are profiled in front of hundreds of leading figures from across the country. This enables them to scale their impact and gives senior politicians, philanthropists and business and charity leaders the chance to be inspired by and learn from them. 

It gives award winners unique opportunities to connect with other people passionate about furthering the cause of social justice in Britain.

L-R: William Mowbray (FEAT/Fife IPS), Baroness Mone, Duncan Mitchell (FEAT), Carole Walker
L-R: William Mowbray (FEAT/Fife IPS), Baroness Mone, Duncan Mitchell (FEAT), Carole Walker

WE ARE HIRING!

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Fife IPS Service - Employment Specialist

The Fife IPS Partnership is seeking 2 full-time Employment Specialists using the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) approach, working in partnership with Fife Employment Access Trust and Fife Health & Social Care Partnership and with clients with severe and enduring mental health problems across Fife. 

This is an innovative project which started in April 2015 has secured substantial further funding from Opportunities Fife and the European Social Investment Fund and expects to continue the project beyond March 2020.


Employment Specialist (IPS)

35 hours per week, £23,713 per annum 


The successful candidate will proactively manage a caseload of individuals who have experienced mental health problems, are unemployed and/or currently off work.  You will deliver the IPS evidence-based model of vocational rehabilitation for people with enduring mental health conditions.  Working directly with relevant stakeholders: the individual, NHS Fife/Fife Health & Social Care Partnership; Job Centre Plus; Fife Council; GPs; employers; colleges and Occupational Health to enable individuals to gain and retain employment.


You will be part of an enthusiastic team offering an inclusive, non-judgemental approach to support, and empower people to flourish by managing their mental health for life.


Application packs are available from info@feat.org.uk or telephone 01592 759371 or 01592 751859 or download the pack here. The closing date is 15th March 2019


25th anniversary year

Happy Birthday to us!

For our 25th anniversary, we are holding our AGM on 12th March 2019 in Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

It would be great to see past staff and board members, service users and volunteers come along and take a quick step back down memory lane and also hear about current exciting plans and developments, as well as the Fife premiere of a short film being made focussing on FEAT.

If you would like to come along, please get in touch as soon as possible, space (and sandwiches) will be limited!





AGM Invitation
AGM Invitation

Latest News

Awards

We are celebrating success in 2019, having been shortlisted for two prestigious awards, locally and nationally.


We are a finalist in the Centre for Social Justice Awards (Work Category) and also the Fife Business Awards (Innovation) category, with both holding their ceremonies during March 2019 when we'll learn our fate.


This follows the success of two staff members in December 2018 who took prizes in the Fife Business Diversity Awards for overcoming barriers and successfully gaining and holding down employment with us.  Arran Ritchie took the Bronze Award and Catherine Grubb won Gold at the ceremony - huge congratulations to them both!


The Centre for Social Justice Award ceremony takes place on March 5th in London.  The CSJ Awards is an annual, high profile award ceremony that honours the best grassroot, poverty-fighting charities and social enterprises from across Britain. Five winners will receive a £10,000 grant and be profiled in front of hundreds of leading figures from across the country and we're excited to be a part of it this year.


The Fife Business Awards ceremony takes place on 29th March and will hosted by well-known personality Fred McAuley.  We are in the running for an award for our excellence in creativity and innovation.


To win either of these awards will be difficult - we're up against stiff competition indeed, however this is a great way to celebrate our 25th Anniversary whatever the result!

Arran Ritchie and Catherine Grubb
at the Fife Business Diversity Awards
Arran Ritchie and Catherine Grubb at the Fife Business Diversity Awards

Exemplary status for Fife ips

One step closer to Centre of Excellence Status

At our latest external fidelity review, we are proud to confirm the Fife IPS Service moved from "good" to "exemplary" standard.  We continue to be the highest-ranked IPS Service in Scotland and our aim is to maintain exemplary standard for the next 2 years, if we do manage to achieve that, we will then become Scotland's first Centre of Excellence for IPS!


We still have a lot of hard work to do to reach that point but we are well up for the challenge!


Congratulations to the team for this achievement - the Fidelity Review is robust and takes place over several days, so relieved it's over for another year and delighted with the outcome!

Fife IPS Employment Specialists 
(Frankie, Alex & William)
Fife IPS Employment Specialists (Frankie, Alex & William)